Make note that a curtain can serve two purposes: It can be a decorative element in your home and it can serve the purpose to block out light. Maybe you have a room where you don't care about blocking out light, in this case the thickness of the curtain will not matter a lot. You can then focus on style or color instead. On the other hand, if the main function of your curtain will be to block sunlight (for example in your bedroom) then a thin and translucent curtain will not be of much use. In such cases you want a curtain made from thick material that won't let through a lot of light. This is also a concern if your house doesn't have blinds and the curtain will be your only way to darken a room during day time.
Storage. Curtains are not only used on windows, but also as replacements to cupboard doors. This can be done yourself, by simply removing the original doors are replacing them with the fabric of your choice, perhaps something that matches already existing soft furnishings, like cushions or duvet covers. This idea therefore works extremely well in the bedroom, when curtains are used as wardrobe doors, or if you're feeling really brave, then can also be used in the kitchen.
Another room that benefits from this cost effective method of redecoration is the bathroom. An additional benefit to having a curtain in your bathroom is a little extra privacy, as the shadows shown through the frosted glass are eliminated. Bathroom curtains come in a variety of fabrics including 100% polyester window treatments that have a water repellent finish and are mildew resistant. Once your curtains are installed, you can have fun picking out other bathroom accessories such as mats, shower curtains and towel racks to match.
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